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June 7, 2022

Webinar—Developing Effective Principals: What Kind of Learning Matters?

Sponsored by AASA, The School Superintendents Association and LPI
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Strong school leadership is critical for shaping productive learning environments, supporting teachers, and influencing student outcomes. A new LPI report looks at the ways that systems support the development and ongoing learning of highly effective leaders—a process in which districts play a critical role.

This webinar explored district policies and practices that can lead to the presence of strong leaders in schools and shared examples of districts that have successfully implemented such practices.

Featured speakers:

  • Linda Darling-Hammond, LPI President and CEO
  • Calvin J. Watts, Gwinnett County Public Schools (GA) Superintendent
  • Jill Baker, Long Beach Unified School District (CA) Superintendent of Schools
  • Gypsy Hernandez, Coleman Middle School (GA) Principal


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